Come along to this free, family-friendly overnight campout at scenic Seal Rock Campground. Seal Rock, a popular campground with beautiful views of Hood Canal and mountains to the southeast, is one of the few national forest campgrounds located on salt water with harvestable oysters for public use. While this campout will center BIPOC in the outdoors, mixed families and respectful allies are welcome as together we connect with this beautiful space. Well-behaved socialized dogs remaining on leash are welcome.
As Seal Rock is located on our stunning Olympic Peninsula and in the Olympic National Forest, we’ll be joined by the U.S. Forest Service along with our friends at Outdoor Asian Washington.
Ferry fees and other transportation costs will be reimbursed by our sponsor USFS – carpools are encouraged. Registration is required to participate in this partnership event so we remain within our limited capacity. Seal Rock Campground is two miles north of Brinnon on Highway 101.
Solo and shared activities and programs will be available, attend as many or as few activities as you like. Prior to the event, we’ll reach out with more details. Please inform us about any conditions that may affect your participation in camping overnight or hiking 5-6 miles — for example knee issues, back issues, stamina, etc.
Please be vaccinated and do not attend if you’re feeling ill.
This will be a self-sustained campout so campers will need to bring their own equipment and meals — just like a normal campout. Potable water and flush toilets are at the campground. Be prepared for rain and shine in your clothing, hiking, and camping equipment.
Those needing a prep resource can refer to the Extensive Camping List available at https://thebronzechapter.org/reading-resources/.
New campers, contact Denice@TheBronzeChapter.org to confirm you have everything you’ll need for the weekend’s campout and activities.Book online now!